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Signals and Systems
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4.6 stars from 8 ratings
Just what I needed
Took this class in college, memorized a bunch of equations and had no idea what any of it meant. This MIT course does an amazing job explaining the practicality behind the equations and the real world applications. Video is a little blurry, hence the 4 stars. Otherwise absolutely phenomenal.
aNerdyEngineer via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/09/18
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